Friday, Sept 4th
Boise Little Theater. “Your a good man Charlie Brown.” Based on the comic strip “Peanuts”. Friday and Saturday. 8 pm. #342-5104
Starlight Mountain Theater. Showing “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers.” #463-5523. 7:30 pm. Labor Day Special on Mon. Order 2 tickets get a third ticket free. Show starts at 6:30 on this night only. Call and reserve tickets between 2-5 pm. Or order online at ictickets.com
Idaho Shakespeare Festival presents “A Tuna Christmas”
Friday-Preview. Preview performances afford audiences a “sneak peek” at the completed production and offer a reduced ticket price. Be the first audience to see the play in its entirety with directors and designers in the house.
Sunday-Family night. Festival Family Nights have a 7:00pm curtain and a discounted ticket price for children ages 6-17. Children under six are admitted ONLY on designated Family Nights, free of charge, and are not provided with reserved seats.
Groups of 10 or more can get discounted tickets. # 336-9221.
Boise Hawks Baseball. 7:15 pm. Fri-Sun. Hawks Stadium. #322-5000
West YMCA– Kids climbing night. Ages 6-13. Food, rock climbing and games. 5:30-9:30 pm.
#377-9622 ext 431.
Saturday, Sept 5th
City Harvest Celebration. 5-9 pm. Grove Plaza. Kicks off Fall for Boise: a month-long celebration of the bounty of Idaho. Free entertainment. Food and beverage available from local restaurants.
Eagle BBQ Cook-Off and Spud Fest. Sat-Mon. 11 am-9 pm. At Guerber park(2200 Hill Rd., Hwy 55 & Hill Road) in Eagle , ID. Awesome food, kids activities, beer and wine garden and vendors.
Boise Public Library. Puppet show for all ages. 2 pm. #384-4200.
Strawberry Fields Festival. 11 am-10 pm. Supporting the Muscular Dystrophy Association. At the Waterfront Center next to Montego Bay off State Street. Vendors, music, food, raffle, clown race, inflatables and more.
Thanks to The Idaho Statesman for the info.